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  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    The Value of RSS

    It seems there's been some recent hubbub in the world of podcasting about how to attach multiple binary files to a single post in an RSS feed In a post entitled Multiple-enclosures on RSS items? Dave Winer weighs in on the issue. He writes This question...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Recent Developer Community Wins

    Internally I try and send out mails that recognize cool contributions Microsoft people have made to the community every other month. In the latest issue I wrote a little poem to go with the mail. It's been suggested that I post this to my blog as well...
  • Mahjayar's WebLog.

    FF vs IE debate - WOS (Wrath of Slashdot)

    Peter torr posted his experiences * Installing* (notice the bold on installing) firefox and got swamped with backlash comments from FF patrons. He then followed it up with a follow up post and I think both the posts are excellent. Gr8 posts Peter and...
  • Jason Barile - Testing Testing

    Rounding the corner...

    There comes a time in every software project where you realize that everything is staring to gel and the product suddenly feels very very real . I just had that experience with Visual Studio Team System, and it's really exciting. During our last test...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Christian Buckley’s Diary of a Would-be Microsoft Employee

    Bill Canning’s blog directed to me to a total gem: Christian Buckley’s Diary of a Would-be Microsoft Employee . I’m ashamed to admit that I never ran across this blog on my own. Christian chronicles his candidate experience with Microsoft and includes...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    Spam, Spam, Spam, Spam

    I was surprised a few years back when James, a friend of mine, introduced me to what looked like "Spam sushi" - nori seaweed paper rolled around sushi-vinegared rice and a big long hunk of spam. I made the normal protests ("I'm too hip and cool for this...
  • Aali's blog

    Jack Greenfield responds

    Jack Greenfield, one of the architects behind our DSL thinking in Visual Studio 2005 just started blogging. Go and read his response to the ongoing debate between Grady Booch and MS architects . And by the way, the latest version of the DSL tools is available...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Merry XMas

    Thanks for all the mail on the broken link to the WSE Attachment sample. It is now fixed (I ran out of disk quota). In case you wondered I had to turn comment moderation on :( to stop all the spam that was appearing at a rate of about 8 posts a day. I...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    The 12 Pains of Sourcing ... aka The recruiting world through the eyes of Brian Korzeniowski

    Comments left on our posts by readers often provide the inspiration for other topics and posts. But I woke up this morning to a comment that warrants its own post … without my usual commentary. So now, I give you “The Twelve Pains of Sourcing,” an original...
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  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Microsoft Bloggers Face Blog Spam Pinch

    e-Week covers the misery . (The actual title of the article is 'Microsoft Bloggers Face Search Spam Pinch' , but I'm sure this is an error?...should be 'Microsoft Bloggers Face Blog Spam Pinch' ?)
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Does Google Have Security Problems Like Microsoft?

    Preston Gralla at O'Reilly asks 'Does Google Have Security Problems Like Microsoft?' "Why point the finger at Google? To show that Microsoft's security woes are not all of its own making. I've long said that one reason Microsoft software is targeted is...
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